Ron Eagle Appointed SVP for Entertainment/Technology
LOS ANGELES, 25 February 2013 – Hill+Knowlton Strategies, a leading global public relations and communications firm, announced that Ron Eagle has been appointed senior vice president for entertainment and technology, effective Monday, Feb. 25, 2013.
In this role, Eagle will be responsible for providing strategic counsel and oversight to H+K Strategies entertainment and technology clients, as well as building and strengthening client relationships throughout the Los Angeles market. He will report to Bill Coletti, general manager for Hill+Knowlton Strategies Los Angeles.
“Ron has a unique skill set in driving global product marketing, public relations and media relations programs,” said Coletti. “His background and driven personality will provide added value to our clients, we are all looking forward to working with him, and we are excited to have him as part of our L.A. team.”
With more than 17 years of experience, Eagle previously served as director of product publicity and PlayStation Network for Sony Computer Entertainment America. Dedicated to strategic brand-building, he managed all publicity for the PlayStation Network, including software, services and brand imagery. Prior to that, while at Sony, Eagle held positions as product marketing manager and multimedia supervisor. Eagle was a member of two different teams that each earned Sony’s prestigious “CEO Award” for Outstanding Achievements in Product Marketing and Public Relations.
“Hill+Knowlton Strategies’ approach to integrated marketing and communications, and commitment to building best-in-class teams, was a real draw for me,” said Eagle. “The firm has a very impressive history, a great list of clients, and I’m looking forward to bringing to bear my knowledge in consumer media strategy, digital, social and marketing programs as we build innovative and results-driven campaigns for our clients while growing the practice in Los Angeles.”
Eagle was a participant in the United States Navy’s Total Quality Leadership program and is a Gulf War combat veteran who served in the Navy honorably until 1993.